Ever experienced small, scaly bumps on your arms or legs? Those annoying little things that don't ever go away? Well, experts call it Keratosis Pilaris (KP), a skin condition that's caused by extra keratin in your skin, leading to dead skin cells plugging hair follicles.
How can I get rid of Keratosis Pilaris?
If you don't like the look of your KP, there are some techniques you can try to treat it at home. Though the condition can't be cured, self-care treatments can help to minimise bumps, itching, and irritation.
Regular exfoliation with the CheekyGlo Exfoliating Glove can help improve the appearance of the skin. Dermatologists recommend gently removing dead skin with tools like these to help minimise the appearance of these bumps.
The CheekyGlo Exfoliating Glove helps scrub away excess dead skin and dirt, leaving the skin cleaner, smoother, and softer. This in turn reduces the likeliness of plugged hair follicles, helping reduce the look of KP on your skin!
Remember to also keep your skin moisturised by applying hydrating creams or oils!